It finally feels like fall outside here in Johns Creek and you may be feeling inspired to match your home decor with the fall weather. Here are five inexpensive ways that will up your autumn style in your Johns Creek home without breaking the budget.

Brighten Up Your Lighting
A metal lantern can take a corner of your home or the front porch from dark to enchanting and a simple fall candle can instantly make a room more cozy. Check out these lantern options from Target and Amazon. Go with a classic wrought iron black lantern for a traditional look or spruce things up with a jeweled, gold-toned lantern to mimic the seasons changing. Keep an eye on the Bath and Body Works candle sales for a large variety of fall scents.

Stack Crates and Hay Bales
Add height to your porch pumpkins and fall plants by painting and stacking a few wooden crates and mix-matching them with hay bales. Accessorize with a wide variety of mums kale, gourds, pumpkins and even fall leaves. Costco has mums for $9 each this time of year and pumpkins can be found at Aldi for less than $3 each. Check out Home Depot for inexpensive kale, hay bales and gourds.

Personalize With a Letter Board
A fun inexpensive way to spruce up your kitchen or mantle is to add a letter board with a fun fall quote that is personalized to your family. The best part of this idea is that you can reuse your letter board for every holiday here on out! Check out Amazon, Target and Letterfolk for a variety of letter boards.

Emphasize Coziness
It’s incredible what adding a new throw blanket and pillows can do to a room. Check out Target and Home goods for inexpensive furniture accessories. To go outside the box color wise and choose to white and silver mixed with navy blues and burnt oranges for a unique fall look.

Add a Wreath to Your Doors (inside and out!)
A cotton wreath is one of my favorite things to add to the front door at the start of fall. I also like to add faux boxwood wreaths on some of my doors inside my home for an extra touch of coziness. Find a tutorial on how to make your own cotton wreath here, or check out Target and Michael’s for inexpensive wreaths here and here